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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: January 13, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME 67 NUMBER 20'| ,, CRAWFORDVILLE.: FLORIDA THURSDAY. JANUARY 13. 1966 32.127 I Pric ,lOe Per Copy I

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NECESSITY VS LUXURYIn OAK LEAF AWARD TO THE COUNTYAGENT'S INSURANCE DEPARTMENT ,'

LT. COL. HOLMAN CORNERBY BRINGS REGIONAL OFFICE

1936 Literary Digest madea I TO STATEThe I
E. R. Wheaton,
Holman of
Lt. Col. Albert H.
telephone survey to determine .,!
I County Agent Florida Insurance Depart-
St. Marks chief of the air-
of that year's now
the winner
who of ,
presidential election was goingto crew training division -foe the .Weather is something all of ment, under the leadership Com- ,,: I'

be. The magazine's study Special Air Warfare Center at us would like to control, but being State Treasurer-Insurance '

indicated that Alf Landon, the Hurlburt Field, has received the impossible, the next best missioner BrowardWilliamstbroughtmore regional \

Republican candidate would first Oak Leaf Cluste teethe; thing we can do is listen to the and Insurance conventions to i I I

overwhelmingly Distinguished Flying Cross.,. : weather report on the radio or home offices r
He was
win.
Florida in 1965 than during any II
defeated, and shortly thereafter Colonel Holman receJved the T.V. As we find even these reports ,
other in history.
became defunct. honor in recent ceremonies are not always true, but year I
Literary Digest used his office his quarterI
He ,
for his bravery the of the
him majority
What the survey takers failed commending \ we can say cent\D'Yof experience in the in-
realize that in 1936, dur- in directing air strikes a- time they are. I
to was field and the widespread {
December Agent's Office receives surance I
the Viet In The County
Cong
ing the Great Depression, tele- gainst acquaintanceship* of his career
1964 while continuously each month a Monthly
service was something ofa to locate -
phone staff to entice companies
hostile Weather Rc issued by the U.S. M
himself
to port :
luxury, possessed only Sv the exposing regional home offices in v
minority of people who had any ground fire in Viet Nam.* Department of Commerce
and 30 19- Weather Bureau. This is a Thir- Florida.
29
who also it turned out On December j
offices -
money, These regional home k .
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Outlook for
happened to be Republicans. 64, Colonel Holman was flying ty Day Agricultural which now number 16 with a total jq;
month and is Intended -
officer over that
as an air liaison particular
However, what was a luxuryin of more than $18
1936, soon became a neces- the Vietnamese countryside In to give those engaged In payroll business ,J.' 01

sity, so much so that it would be support of a combat assault involving agriculture some idea of what million Florida a year and help- bring boost theState' I .M't 1 '

hard to Imagine what our lives U. S. Army helicopters can be expected during the to ,.;..' : ; ;.. {{ ,
and Vietnamese Air Force strike month. misreport will be publishedasitisreceived economy. i to
would be like without telephone
each During the first five months of '. .' : JI

service as we know it today. aircraft. he that it will his administration, five companieslocatedreglonalhome ; '
Yet, during World War U, a While flying this mission, monthwith the hope offices I .t ;: -
heard over radio the unsuccessful serve a useful purpose for those
federal excise tax was placedon
10 attempts of the ground force farmers in Wakulla County. in Florida. During the ,.. 46.
telephone service, a per first few months of 1966, as a I 3
Vietnamese -
commander to relocate a .. r
tele- Outlook for JanuaryThe
centtax that remained on Weather result of 1965' efforts, seven :! II
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phone bills paid by telephone I Air Force air strike to Thirty Day Agricultural more companies will announce : :: ..10 v: t I 11t.
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and threatening position. -
for 20 after the war a new 'I 74 ii
users years immediate..neces Weather Outlook for the monthof regional home offices for Flori-
Realizing .
ended. through the I sity for the air strike, Holman J a n ua ry for South Georgia, da.These ::: :- ,. ,
Finally, though, called Southeast Alabama and Northwest programs are a direct :
another fighterbomberteam ,1'-
efforts of telephone companiesand the and began a Florida Issued by the Weather result of close cooperation between I 40' ; .
to scene
their customers, that tax I BureauAdvisory AgriculturalMeteorologist business and govemment I .' .
of the
low visual reconnaissance -
has been reduced. The first of ,
I levels.
determine and Georgia at the state and local .
battle area to I
January it was lowered to three mark the Viet Cong positions I Coastal Plain Experiment Sta- Insurance industry conventionsare .jp Jet.a' l'.p'fi't+ .rM'i NJt'; r \'
the few h
cent and in next
per Decem- for this conven-
business
Tlftoa Georgia,
tion, big
Will be eliminated with smoke rockets.He Park left to right, Mrs. Irene
it en- are
years 1965.Temperatures. are es- the Panacea Mineral Springs
State. Delegates
30 at
continued to search out, ber tion Shown planting 26 red cedar trees
: Pichem
tirely. January of $35a for the Panacea Woman' Club; the Rev. A. V. pastorof
and direct strike after during timated spend upwards chairman of Park Committee
Vause
coordinate FSU
Now, all taxpayers.may lux- above meals bev- of the Chamber of Commerce} Linda Durant,
until the Viet Cong are expected to average day for lodging, Panacea First Baptist Church and Park Chairman
strike -
in
uriate in the recognition of the The trees were planted memory
Southeast Alabamaand retail Florida Forest Ranger.
store ,
their attack. normalover erages, purchase'l student; and Sam Lollie, Wakulla County,
of service. gave up
necessity telephone Colonel Holman Is married to near or above normal over sports and attractions of those who lost their lives in holiday accidents on Florida highways.

the former Miss Freda Coggins, South Georgia and Northwest transportation.But .

of Mrs. Steve F. Cog- Florida. Daily mean tempera- 1965 was not entirely'.mooth
MRS. JULIA ETTA AWREY daughter s/-nd the late Mr. Steve tureswill range between 50 and for the Insurance De. KELLY NAMES MITTS I

Co ffi4*.J of St. Marks. Hit mothelrs. 5'' iI gree. Daily maximum partment. A n unprecedenteddozen TO HEAD STATE

Mrs. Julia Etta Awrey, age 83,I ,, J. C. Holman, lives tt..!>raturei should average with between requests for higher buffeted'the auto- CAMPAIGNScott
and 68 degrees
60 mobile insurance rates
of Lanark Beach died early Saturday in Panama City.
morning in a local hospital .. afternoon temperatures reaching Department: continually. Kelly, candidate for

following a brief Illness. 70 degrees or higher on a to a -But the requested rate Increases governor, has announced that

Funeral service were held BURKE days during the month. Dally In Florida were denied Ernest Mitts, a member of the
OSCAR
at 4:00 P. M. In the ALBERT minimum temperatures are ex- for legal reasons generally because "Unl .Cabin-t" In tHe administration .
Monday bjo.
Lanark Community Church. h-_.,. .. ... ,..."...- -peeted avenge between"38 the requested rates were of former Gov.teRoy .

The Rev. Harold Patrick officiated Albert Oscar Burke, age 80,, and 47degrees with early mom- excessiveandbecause the Collins, has been appointed I

and she was flown Tuesday of Panacea, died Wednesday,, Ing temperatures falling to 32 Florida Insurance Commissioner State Director of the Kelly cam- r J'H

morning to Ottawa, Canada January 5, following an extended degrees or lower: over Inland areas is forbidden by law to change paign organization. 1 i

for burial. illness. He was a retired on 3 or 4 mornings. any rate filing. He can only Kelly said Mitts will supervisethe \

The, family requested no flow) lumber mill operator and a Rainfall during January 1 is ex- approve or deny a filing as pre campaign staff, direct the 4 ,

w member of the First Baptist: pectedtoaverage between 2.00 sented. from a
but desiring to do campaign operation
en send anyone a donation to the Lanark Church. He had been a residentof and 4.00 Inches occurring mostly Commissioner Williams came state headquarters In Lakeland -it

may Community Church in her Panacea for the put four as general rain on 6 to 8 up with a new ard powerful and serve on the state advisory
the month. in his fight to hold Insurance -
years. days during weapon committee.
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memory.R.
Funeral services held Fri- month Is levels -- -
were the 4
L. Funeral Home of Sunshine during rater at a proper Mitts was appointed chairmanof
Riley
day afternoon at 3:00 P.M. In about 60 statewide esthetic and environment committee, chairedby
Carrabelle was In charge of ar expected to average his own massive, the Salt Water ConservationState A new, top-level
the First Baptist: Church. The percent of possible with several traffic safety program: designedto Board of Conservation by Vice President R. E. Raymond, hat been formed by Florida

rangements.She was a native of Canada Rev. A. V. Pickern officiatedand periods of extended cloudiness.Soil strike at the roots of traffic former Governor Collins. He Power Corporation. Its function is to extend and expand the com-

and a member of the Glebe burial followed In Panacea temperature during the accidents.He served six years under Collins pany's long-term efforts to Improve the appearance of company
Park Cemetery.R. expected to NAUA of this and look for new to cooperate with the national,
Church of Canadafor next 30 days are reminded the and one year under former Cov. property, to ways
Presbyterian L. Riley Funeral Home of minimums. A- the NAUA immediately local for the beautification of America.
with lifetime hold at yearly program and Farris Bryant before resigning to state, and programs
membership.sixty years Her late husband Carra belle was in charge of ar verage temperature under four announced plans to become executive director of Photographed at the company' Paul L. Bartow plant In St. Petersburg -

Commissioner Indian Affair rangements. Inches of bare toil will range file an amended request, cut- the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries during a tour of property: are, from left to rights J. L. Shoe-

was for 35 in Canada. Surviving relatives are his between 48 and 56 degrees. ting the Increase considerably.The Commission. maker, director of public relations; R. B. McKnight, architectural

Survivors years 1 daughter, Mrs. wife, Mrs. Beadle Burke, Panacea 11 requests Commissioner "Ernest Mitt bring to my engineer; T. F. Thompson, Jr. director of administrative services -

Lanark Beach ; 1 daughter, Mrs. Pauline Williams denied would have campaign exceptional organiza- ; Vice President and Committee Chairman Raymond; L. H.
Arthur Chapman ; Cruse Panacea 1 Herman WESLEY FOUNDATIONDIRECTOR additional of transmission and distribution; Vice President -
1 Travis Awrey, Kingston, ; ton, cost Floridians an tional ability and an astute understanding Scott, superintendent
son, Burke, Panacea 1 sister, Mrs. In Ormston ar.d M. F. Hebb, Jr., chief engineer; electri-
Ontario; 3 grandchildren and 8 ; TO SPEAK AT $22.5 million a year premiums of Florida government A. J. ;
Willie Howell, Panacea; also boosting the cost to and politics. His recordof cal.
greatgrandchildren.Pallbearers
METHODIST CHURCHESThe
were Henry Chil- 7 grandchildren and 1 great- nearly $90 million a year. public service In responsible
grandchild. of the 11 requests denied has
He
Eight is outstanding.
Roland Ludwig position
las, Ernest John Bearing Walsh,, Dr. O. E. Pallbearers were M. B. Wal- Rev. Austen Holladay, all on grounds they did enjoyed the confidence and BRINKLEY TO DIRECT CRAWFORDVILLE HIGH

Johnson, and Kenneth Foster. lee, Al Willis, Earl Vause, Jack Director of Wesley Foundation not meet the legal requirementsthat trust of former governors while KELLY'S WEST FLA. SCHOOL NEWS

Redfem, Durwood Vause and Florida State University, will they be Justified, not excessive they were in office, Kelly CAMPAIGNScott
GOVETNOR
Carl Dunbar. speak at the Crawfordville Me- and not unfairly discriminatory said. BYKathy StricklandThe

MRS. A. C. JOHANNESSENMrs. thodist Church this Sunday evening were appealed appointment was effective Kelly, candidate for

OFFICERS INSTALLED AT January 16, at 7:30 P. tothe District Court of Appeal.He immediately, Kelly said. governor, has announced that Panthers fell to _. visiting -

MEET M. He will present the program appointed a special Florida Mitts said he is accepting: the Herbert B. Brinkley of Talla- Bulldogs from Bristol Tuesday -
CHAMBER
Anna Christine Johan- PANACEA Wesley Foundation a"Church' Action Committee on Traf- appointment a* a challenge to hassee will direct the Kelly for night in the C.H. S. gym
"essen. aee 76. of Carrabelle. from Home" fic Studies (FACTS) to look itfto a public service. "Asa of 7747. Leading
of offi- Away perform Governor campaign In West by a score
d ;dbst-S yftemoon In Panaceainstallation for Methodist student on cam- all angles of traffic acci- resident of Tallahassee I havehad rida. scorer for Crawfordville was
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital cers and presentation' of plans of and dents from the driver and the to observeour 20
1966 and activities pus. A period fellowship an opportunity Brinkley will coordinate no-I Dusty Cook with points,
following a brief illness. She for protect Cham- refreshments will follow the evening car to the Insurance companyand state government operations supervise campaign acU while high point man for Brl.
had been a resident of Carra highlighted the Panacea the State Insurance Depart- I have become 25.
meeting at service In the annex. closely. Recently, the 23 counties west of the tol, John McDaniel, had
ber of Comme.ce
belle since 1917,coming from of the need
will ment. aware
keenly
The Rev. Mr. Holladay River. The Panthers will meet the
In the Panacea wannee
Denmark, and was a memberof 8:00 P.M. Tuesday at the Sopchoppy Metho- And he merged two statewide for executive leadership that "
Methodist Church Woman' Club. speak Florida 1 have known Herbert Brinkleyformanyyeansnd Rickards Redskins Friday night,
the First W. S. ScbJey) took office dist Church next Sunday evening safety council The can respond tothe people. have come to January 14, in the C.H.S. gym.
Garden Club.Funeral Capt.
and Yaupon held as president, with Durwood January 23, at 7:30 P.M., Traffic Safety Council and the Scott Kelly has the experience admire his organizational ability The Senior Class is sponsoringa

services afternoon were at 3:00P. Vause as first vice president, presenting the Wesley Foundation Florida Citizens Advisory Com- of eight yean in the Florida and his understanding of good dance In the gym Immediately -
Wednesday effort toward record of
further Senate a performanceaschairman
mittee In a ; which have Rickards
program. business principles following game.
second vice
M. In the First Methodist Henry Crum, president of all of the Road Com
Invit- I accidents
The Is cordially be furnished
public will
Pop Amundson, ttrye- preventing made him an outstanding successin Live music by
Church.officiated The Rev.and George burial tary, ,and A. B. Snyder, treas ed to attend these Inspirationaland types; traffic, home, and indUStry mittee; chairman of the Joint his field, Kelly said. "The Coachmen". Admission
Dettman Roads -
Ceme- urer. Informative programs.ST. House and Senate Investigating "I am looking forward to the prices will be SOt stag, and 75 In
followed Evergreen member of
Members of the Board of Directors I Committee challenge of this task with the drag.
tery.R. the Senate Appropriation and that Scott Kelly Is Stadium cushions In
of Installed Included the knowledge seat our
I.. Riley Funeral Home
of Rev. A. V. Pickem, Cecil Nichols TEA GIVEN SUSAN LADD Education Committee and many beyond a doubt the best quail- school colon, are now on sale
Carrabelle was in charge ar-
Earl Vause, Phil Hanson \ MAn:; WOMAN'SCLUB other key assignments which fled candidate for governor. I for$1.00. The cushions are red
rangements. make him the best qualified know that the voters of Scott' with the ichool mascot and
Survivors are her husband, Oscar William B. Witt, C. E. i TO MEn JAN. 18trhe "
Miss Susan ladd brideelectof candidate for governor.
Allen and Forrest Coxen. native West Florida share my name embossed In white. Student
Johanaessen, Carrabelle; Avon Maloy was honored Mitts served In the Florida legislature is
confidence in him. It my Council and National lionceSocietyareselling -
Oder Committeemenwere appointed
Winnie St. Marks
1 Mrs. Woman's
daughter Club last from 1951 through
with a tea shower Saturdayat confidenceis
goal to see that this these
Cladewater, Texas 1 sister, during the meeting to carryout will hold their regular mo.Tthhr Mrs. 1955 member of the Houseof
the home of Jimmy as a reflected In the enthusiastic
cushions to raise to -
of the
Mrs. Marie Nelson, Copenha- the year' program meeting Tuesday, January IS, Petty In St. Marks. Representative from Lee West Florida will give money support
1 brother Anders chamber In Dock and .t 8:00 P.M. support an overseas orphan.
Denmark ,
project
; Pensa-
gen Receiving guests with the honoree County. He has lived in him and which he deserves, *
Kristensen, Norwood, La.I HarborDevelopment, Civil Defense Mrs. Elaine Moore is in chargeof were her mother and sis- cola and Ft. Myers and 1* nowa !! said.Br1nk1ey 6TH GRADE NEWS

and 3 grandchildren and i transportation, public of the" program, "Public Relation tee, Mrs. George Ladd and Mrs. resident of Tallahassee.He Brlnkley 1* a division managerfor I The Sixth Grade 1*
great-grandchildren. communications, expansion Chutes his mother and served four in the U. very tony
Turner, years one of the largest life Insurance that
of Patty McKenzie has
with-
Pallbearer* were Graham membership, beautification Mrs. Essie Cogdill JftsideDt. of World War II
sister, Mrs. L. 1. Maloy S. Army during companies In the South. drawn
from
Bloomqiist, S. J. Robinson, the community and the expansion Visitors are invited. Samson and Mrs. A. D. a He our class. She hat
Ja., two years as paratrooper. He 1* In charge of West Florida moved to Tallahassee.We .
Myers Mattalr, J. L. Mayton, of the Chamber sponsored Alford, St. Marks. 1* married to the former Jeanne and Southern Georgia territories.
were happy to have Den-
Walter Edwards and Ras Larson. Volunteer Fire Department. Hostesses fo: the event were Brown of Ft. Myers.CafAnJmal Brinkley will direct the campaign -
ver
Cyr return to our clan after
were
Honorary pallbearers Mrs. Jimmy Pet t/. Mrs. Alex In the following counties
visiting with his grandmother
Curtis McLaln, Leo Ha Westberfe ce, Don t J,M- .CL B...NEWS" ar 'teaan VjlAuto>Thft Frequency Hobbs, Mrs. Fred t-Id: Mrs. Suwannee, LaFayette-' 'DfideyTayfcf "in West VlrPiA VIi. .
Alvin
Musgrove Wartdi, -TOallfWatlfcii, 8YD Tllf{ecffarr'{ ;u''. '* tYV okK-The'chanceVoi' ,>.Wlnton Huff, Mrs. Joe 1.:.'d,and Collision Madison,Jefferson Way f W. were i gladto i have: ,Mr,

. )' George Russell WaehituJ25tad, ; I beati v riJrU-i Jt'- .fju ;.'I v. o lt youfear' being: stolen row from Mrs. ,Billy Moore. Thou lode r.lft' NE\V YbRK-Hacarifina' kulla, ,Ledn, Cadsden, Jackson:, Martin visit.ourlSocial Studies'Class
/ to the bride-elect was a i Calhoun Liberty, Franklin
Junior4Cirll1Det on"Thursday collision with animal, sub Friday. We are looking
Noah Cook and Cecil Spiers. I Iin 203 in 1948 to 1 Iln.155 in an
Book. Holmes
January 6, In the special .. financial Gulf, Bay, Washington, forward to another visit.
deer
education room with only tons 1964,according to the Insurance There were about fifty guests : 1 or horse any Walton, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, The birthdays In January are
Fire Day information There loss s covered by comprehensive Gilchrlst.
1,000 a members'attending.. Institute. attending. Escambia, Levy and Teresa Crawford, Dale McNeaL

NEW YORK Every day We discussed: ways to attract were 466.805 cars stolen last pbysi ... damage insurance, not Carolyn CrissettL Woody Cooper -

more than 1,000 American new members and how to find year, many of them by thieves by collision !insurance, says the Sharon Cox, Todnda Nsa-

homes are struck by fire according more time for our poJe t. We who found the car unlockedand Insurance i>:: .-mation Insti I wfrth, Marilyn Narworth and

to the Insurance Information made plans to meet two week keys in the ignition switch. tute. Jimmy Colson.

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.,CARRABLLE'. ., .. :.. .1.' HENRY"PICKERN. . ""LOVE.'OF COD"CRAWFORDVILLEA. i iI iI
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: . S. .A. .COXWELL, . "NEW BIRTH"

LAKE\ ELLBT::; . W..W. BUHI1S01T', . "SANTIPICATION" ;

PANACEA. . . ASHLEY PICKERN . "TOTAL COMMITMENT"ST. ; I
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MARKS{ . . P. V. HARRISON . "JUSTIFICATION BY FAITH"
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STATEMENT" OFDECEMBER CONDITION .11,509.91., .59


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ASSETS .

. O." C. COLLINS ,CHARLES S. AUSLEY ,
CbalriMa K Uw Board' .
; 8,157.71
Aiul y. Anilry. MeMuIlM.\ VBrjia

Loans and .Discounts ;__....,.....>,......... $1 4,637,344.65SS&a wwCash SOOOO.OO

GODFREY SMITH
dint and Due from BanksU ".....-....... 5,200,796.49 HOMER .. BRINKLEY .
Br1IIk. II",. .

( Y. HUMPHRESS Securities .on."ftftWm............? 5,864,914.92a.aJtar Del 77298.00
Exteuttv. Vlct-PrMldut
State, County, and Municipal Bonds 2,716,929.550. C. COLLINS l I
Chairman of tile Betrd

v2SrtiJEAGUIfVtotrruldtnt Federal Reserve Bank Stock.....?- 39,000.00MRS. 7,265.59
LUCY C. COLLINS
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 479,230.43 '
M. M. A5HCRO", JR. ill
JOHN Y. HUMPH RESS
Trort Oman Other Real Estate .<n,DAI .00 i..cuu.. VIc.Pneldw i


t. H. MIDDLETON Other Assets ................'qhO..h.UC''........a. 7,675.27 FRED N. LOWlY


HERSCHEL WILLIAMS TOTAL ASSETS._...........$28,985,892.31 PAYNE H. MIDYETTI
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BEN W. MAY
fans Vlc.Pmldael S- PALMER M.D.
Pedrl&tI'IcIaa'


RODNEY. .OROLIABILITIES: A. F. ralursr ;


ISABELLE BRADLEY JULIAN PROCTOR
eaahi.e Capital Stock ,........................................ $ 300,000.00 :'. : f>. .a"""


KATHRYN J. 'ElKINS Surplus ........?.?..........,............... 1,000,000.00 .
I. W. RICHARDSON rl
Aadatmt CoNu
Undivided Profits .................................... 641865.74? Z.Ob: MaeeEDGAR'R. "
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Aadltar. JONES Special| Reserve ...................................... 300,000.00 JACK SIMMONS|
Prabtent ZOMTU: Crate Got Oe:

Other Reserves ......................n.r. 361,989.35Deposits
PHIL' TOMERor
Malata"t ..N.r k GODFUY SMITH
uatataJd, Tr\Iat 0lllat .....u....................._,,..............? 26,382,037.22 PnaIdeat


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WAXULLA COUNTY -- ---- -- -- - -
NEWS ----
IFMI' NOTICES
THOMDAT .JAlfuAly'is\\1111 .. '
In the Cir mt Court of the CRAWFORDVILLE I
Second MINUTES OF WAKUilA COUNTY COMMISSION
Judul Circuit: In and
SCHOOL MENU
For Wakulla County, Florida. JANUARY, 1966

WAKULLA Charles In Chan .r.. Case No. .... The Board of County Commissioners of Wakulla County met this

COUNTY NEWS Andrew MetcaU date In Crawfordville with the following present Willard Carter, Monday Beef SPEC
Plaintiff Chairman; George Young, Vice Chairman; Ralph Strickland, Mashed Gravy A.liS
Potatoes
Tekpho. WAIaul <. tlVirginia vs.Tommie. member;; John L. Davis, Commissioner; Moody Pearce, Clerk; J. Green BeansMandarin ,
Metcalf, H. Hudson County Attorney; W. R. Taff, Sheriff; Carmel Pelt, ,
1 Defendant. Road Superintendent; William D. Walker Commissioner absent Oranges.Bread

NOTICE TO APPEAR due to Illness. ButterMilk SPECIALS FRI.. SAT., MON. AND TUBSJIRISH ; .
Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. J
KelRtitWjr ... .. Editors' PHE STATE OF FLORIDA TOt On the motion of Commissioner Strickland and the second of Tuesday .

Tommie Metcalf Commissioner Young the Deputy Sheriffs Bond of George Donald Hamburgers
Fred' Ktlfhtlty ?.....frubH.her Address Unknown son was approved. Lettuce Tomatoes Seed 4
You are CommissonerDaviamoved that all purchases made by the County Potato Chips
Entered at Crawfgrdvill, Florid suit fordivorce hereby has notified been that a Road Department be signed by Mr. Pelt. Apple Sauce
brought There was no second. Bun Butter
.i aerond elaia matter. Subicrfp againstyou in the Circuit: Court
of Wakulla The Board opened bids on re-valuation of property in Wakulla Milk POTATOES
thin rat,..43.00 per jrtay' Chancery, by County Charles, Florida Andrew, in County is follows Florida Engineering G Associates, 27325.00, Wednesday ,
or $40.00 sheet whichever is least and Associates
Metcalf, per ; Brinkley-Croy Turkey & Rice
r.oI to andyouare file with.. th hereby. n..,*..required M. $47.200.00 for complete Job, or Mapping only $15,000.- Tossed Salad

the appearance Circuit in Court sal--lour- -written-and- to- 00 The, or Board for each agreed parcel to hold, $1.00.all bids in abeyance until February 7th, Sweet PotatoMarshmallow Casserole 1 10k Lbs. 6i9Tfi: j

I 1966 on the motion of Commissioner Strickland.The Bread
ButterMilk
HENRY WILLIAMS tiff's serve a copy of same on plain- Board agreed that the Potts Hammock Road is County main- -
attorney on or before the tained and has been so for several years.
REALTYReg. : 31st day of January A J>. 1966.
Mr. Strickland Thursday
moved and
Mr. Young seconded that all appointive -
Herein
fail not or the bill of this County jobs and offices be continued for the next year as are Meat LoafTomato I''
cause will be taken NECK BONES Ib
pro confes- of this date. The motion carried. Sauce a a a m: I ISPARERIBS

Real Estate Broke 90.Witness the Mr. Luther Roberts requested help from the Board in opening road Steamed Cabbage ;: j "
Honorable
May closed Mr. Buck Buttered Com
by Council.
St.
Marks,. F/a./ Walker Judge of the said
Court
and the The Board approved the vouchers before them and directed that Peaches Ib. 69c '
Phone 141 Seal thereof, at Tallahassee warrants be issued in payment therefor. Com Bread ,.
Leon County Florida, The Board adjourned. Bread ButterMilk I

REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES D.this, 22nd 1965.day of December, A. Approved Willard Carter, Chairman Fresh Grade "A" FRYERS, 29c '

/Moody Pearce Attest Moody Pearce ClerkFLORIDA. _Friday
Associate: Clerk, Circuit Court rish Steaks
>. M. Hatcher, Sr. Wakulla County Florida Catsup T-BONE STEAK, lb. a. 69c f

Phone WA 6-3201 By Johnie Umbaugh r r TALLAHASSEE THEATRES Cole Green Slaw PeasGrapefruit

George Deputy L. Harper Clerk STATE Bread Butter Sections Copeland ALL MEAT FRAN KS.Ib,69c: 1 .

Attomev at taw" Milk ..
Crawfordville, Florida "''II s .BordensEVAPORATEDMILK
If You Need
; 4t-12/3Q.l/6.l3.20. '
Now Showing: Today thru. Saturday 6 foi,89t ,
!
Office .Supplies I SEAFOOD PROMOTION ,

Office Furniture Sell KNAPP SHOES part or full I DINNER IN ORLANDOThe SHOWBOAT '

Business MachinesSee time. Earn $25 to $150 a wed
MT fell on high commissions and bonus. Audrey HepburnRex Doris Day second dinner annual seafood Pork & Beans, 3 promotion sponsored by
Steady year-round business. Equipment HarrisonIn
Rod
TaylorIn .
the Southeastern Fisheries As.cociation
RANEY WHALEY
furnished free. Writ
to R. L. Johnson Kanpp Shoe will be held at the Nabisco TRIANGLE THINS ; 9'4-cz.'! 39t1.c
HtCAPITAL Brockton, Mass. Robert Meyer Motor Inn, Orlando J
OFFICEEQUIPMENT 12301620. "MY FAIR LADY" "DO NOT DISTURB" I Florida on Friday January -
CO. 28, 1966. 59.t9t
APPLES 4slb.LBAG!
3
The dinner will honor Randolph -
FOR SALE 1957 Volkswagen Hodges, Director of the I
319 South Adams St.
good condition for sale cheap. State Conservation Department,

Corner E. Pen ola Contact Mrs. Umbaugh at WA for his services to the salt water BANANAS 2 Ibs. ,,25 '.
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 63184. PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN fisheries in general and parti-
1/6. OUTDOOR ON WOODVILLE HWY. cularly for the success of the

,... ;q ,... year motion.old Florida Cost of Seafood the dinner Pro la SHOP HERE? FO ''YOOR."

TODAY THRU; SAT Today Fri. C Sat. $10.00 per plate and proceeds
will be used to assist the indus
try in meeting its share of the FEED SEED'' FERTILIZER

promotion, along with the
Heating Unit Fires "THE NIGHT WALKER"and "THE HILL" United States Bureau of Commercial

NEW YORK One out of and Fisheries and the State We Give Plaid;
10 fires in the Unued Conservation Department.
every "SKI PARTY"and "SECRET OF MY SUCCESS" President of Southeastern., .
States begins in some kind of cries Association Is Heber Bell, :
and"CONVICT
s heating unit, according to the of St. Petersburg, and John Sal- Stamps! ,
Insurance Information Institute BUNNY LAKE IS MISSING STAGE" vador Is Chairman of the Boardof
Directors. Salvador will act
as toastmaster for the event.

l .... .....i Invitatlonshave been accept SHOP LOCALLY ANn SAVE
ed for the dinner by several of ".
--- -
the cabinet officers, a numberof PIGOTT'S STORE: A
.
DAVE HAMRICK i NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS high ranking governmental :
STEVE RE VEIL ii ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS, officials and members of the. MEOART'JH

INSURANCE AGENCY- i: State legislature.

ROBERT H. RODDENBERRY, Assoolmtt II Sealed 1>ids wffl be received ... LI
A FULL TIME AND COMPLETE! REAL ESTATE SERVICE --
AUTOMOBILE until 2:30 P.M., EST Wednesday ,
I February 15, 1966, by the
.BONDS FINANCING ARRANGED AT 5 1/4% Wakulla County Board of Public
CASUALTY Instruction, Crawfordville Florida
ANY TIPS HOME BUILT ON YOUR LOT Wr-ACREAGE at the off ice-of the Superintendent -
MARINE of Public Instruction, nA
SERVING WAKULLA( COJNIY: AND TIE OMSTAL AREA: Court House 'j Crawfordville, .i. e.A', I S W P .
FIRE Florida for the construction ofa p

877-3108 I YU4-2601 YUA -7435 102-2194 Consolidated High School G. .. ate aw ,, Aar ,
PHONE Building in Wakulla County,

1631 E.TenilL-i St. Box 1873 PANACEA FLORIDA Florida. 1963 Mercury $1395
The Building is to be of Ma- .
1965 Corvair $1995 ,
and concrete Construction Meteor S door hardtop with radlo
TALLAHASSEE FLA. LET US BUY r>H SELL FOR YOU sooty Con with radio heater, 4 la heater, autoroatl UanamlMlo -
consisting of Class Rooms the floor plua all oxtrai.196fChevrolet. and clean on* owner
Science Laboratories, Home car.

Making Laboratories IndustrialArts $1095

and Vocational Agriculture 4 door Belalr VS. radio, heater, 1962 Saab'$245 .
iRON I SEPTIC; Shops Library Gymnasium automatic tranamlaalon, powtratearlnf
TANK ,
R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME local ont owns car. I poor, a I IxitV diet miss Una
,.' SERVICE. Band and Choral Rooms Cafe-

Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director teria, Auditorium Administrative
Clean Or Offices, Play Ground Area
Phone 697-3366 with Base Ball Diamond and 1962 Chevrolet. $1495
Repair Foot Ball Field with Stadium. 1962 Ford . $895 Station Wafon with powtr ateerInf. -.,
brakaa and air '
New Installation CARRABELLE, FLA. The Building will be Heated and .4 door. VI automatic tranamla.Ion. .
The Best For Less Air Conditioned.
-'- "24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE"SERVING Plans and Specifications will

Telephone COUNTY be available to interested bid- 1962 Pick up $1095 j 1965 Chevrolet. $2795S j
Tallahassee WAKULLA ders at the office of the Architect : i
877-1773 I radio,
truck
ton c
/1
VI
Itrrdar door Impala Super Sport
Robert Maybin A.I.A., real I
heater and
after 6:00 with radio, heater, automatictrananuaeloa
: p.m. .
210 E. College Avenue Tallahassee po... llaeriDlD4
"..
-- --- Florida (P. O. Box brake*

3125)). A plan deposit of Fifty
'raJlah.- liu.hwt. Finn 1962 Lark $495
($50.00) dollars will be required -
the bid- I 1 door with' heater and subm.po
by general contractor
tranamlailon I 1959 Chevrolet. $395.S '-
ding on the contract to be refunded -
elflnoer .tandar4hihifii .,
DIRECTORYPfttornlM in full on the return of I die and !-te r r
the plans in good condition with- '1964 Belair $1795 '
in five days from the bid date. VS 4 door Chevrolet
Then Advertisers Additional sets of plans may be conditioning, :. radio dw.hesir 1 1965 Panel. $1995
obtained by the general contractor I Chevrolet Van en* owner Jew
and, plans may also beobtained I mIJM./ '
by the sub-contractors 1961 Chevrolet $795 !

or other interested parties for a radio 4-door*economy. t cylinder with 1965 Truck. ..$2195'
F R MFEEDS. Little Folks Store, deposit of Fifty ($50.00) dollars Two too Two apeed, Chevrolet
Int. O. I. GRAMLING per set, with the deposit

1J The CapfUl's refunded less Fifteen ($15.00)) 1964 Ford $1395 1960:Chevrolet $595
Majors for Minor*" & CO. dollars to cover the cost of reproduction .
.. VS. standard .ranamla. .lon, 4 t door a cylinder. itandu4 n
Clad .. layette, Toys Berries for on the return of the doof radio ........ tranamlaaloi: and ......r.. .
Gumtt, Hobbitt One-Stop documents in good condition

Flint River MiDI 113 N. Monroe Baby Aocduorr.t St Ph. 222-1148 Feed Seed Fertilizer within five days from bid date. 1959 Chevrolet. $695 '

soil a. II...... ,pt,. 113.0214 Poultry Supplies Contractors biddii; on the a- 4 door atatkm wacon. VS auto 1965 ,Chevy .11 $2095'
bove project will be required to maw tranimlailon, radio, beater 4 dooe I ada6 automata,
ey
Garden Tools furnish a bid bond in the amount and clean. 11-....... ,ndIe an4 ......,.,
i -
So. Adap at llit. R.R- of not less than fJ"e ((5%) percent -
':Baker-Alford W Cr"'lat of the bid, which bond 2 Lots to Serve You Famous OK Quality,
Co. Phone 222-M12 shall be in the form of a cash- 327 No. Adams "- ,
1-Year G-W
TJU Parts# W ier's check certified check or 1414 South Monroe Warranty
Anything for your into, mark bid bond written by a reputableand LONG TRADESi-

LipS w...", ..;, RgdJr or tractor. Also for your power acceptable company made IOTM LOTS OMEN TUX i'09 P,HCO EASY TERMS -
j lawnnowor, and much for your payable to the Wakulla County YOU COJfVUlUC&I
Cn retHanson fJfoc. .
: boat I
I ,
Board of Public Instruction, S.
.Wood and, 208 N. Ad.u.a4. PK223-S380 E. Roddenbeny Chairman.
, Hoel Ind, Inc. ,, Cap Il 1 Stone Co. The successful low bidder will 2 Lots To Serve You-321 N. Adams-1414 'S. Monroe
I be required to furnish a performance -
S.
JUuu St as 4-PolnU
.
, .' Tel.2224840. P. O. Boy Ml'Veagtr "lnc 1908 bond and a payment bond
1 I MARBLE : GRANITE in the amount of 100% of the

j .__ .. BRONZX contract price with a surety
MEMttUALSCfffMtery company acceptable to the owner ALFORD
before the award of the con-
4rfi ,. wrh,*/AU Tn* tract.
.Ae. BOB W. CalM St-TL 223-0711 The owner reaervel the right to

.. lacJntumtM .r Walter r. Baefcan, Mgr reject any and all bids.

? Board of Public Instruction,

sad BoJttl4 Wakulla County FloridaS.
E. Roddenhes y, Chairman CHEVROLET

,,' ...S.Adam. St." -TL JJ3-MSO W. E. Whaley, Supt. of Pub.
.
Instr. and Secty. to Board
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rOCK APPRAISER TO examine all of the du Pont intangible f FAIRCLOTH AJVAT00VCES
tax returns and assess
EXAMINE. ,'" DU PONT recommendations made by FOR RE-ELECTION

..X RECORDS tills office, and then make recommendations -
lam, at this time, announcingmy :
to me on any
I ate Comptroller Fred O. purported diacrepanciesInvalues candidacy for re-election to f"J
1 i kinson, Jr., said today* pro- which are. involved. A public the office of Attorney General
aSk
1 tonal appraiser of stocks is report will be made regardingany subject to the primaries in May "
i g retained to examine In- differences in the findingsof and the general election in Nov- ''
f.. ,ibis tax records of the du- our office and the recom- ember 1966. Mr. Robert Morgan t
1 PP interests in Florida. mendations of the appraiser. head of the firm of Morgan BRIGHTER .
,>'mptrollerDickinsonsaid Abemus and Bam, of Miami -
;I.. ,e of the appraiser will be will serve as the ChairmanOf '
'flf
,', losed when the report is de-j my Finance Committee, and FUTURE} .
1 red to the Comptroller's of-A CflpER' PREOICTS( )BETTER Mr. W. O. Beauchamp, a mer- 4"

,' tt i YEAR f.ORHFARMERSflorida. chant and business man of Chief-
Pont land, Florida, will be designated -
aminatlonofthe du in-
In- farmers, with one good Campaign Treasurer. L START A [
1'\ intangible taxes was year under their belts already, ;
lam
most for the
i uled in Comptroller Dlckin- look grateful privilege -
can forward to
,'"December order for a com- better an even of serving the people of
for their In
ite re-examination of all In- 1966 year Commissioner of crops Florida as Attorney General. It SAVINGS, ACCOUNT
I Agriculture
gible tax sources in Florida. Conner is Indeed an honor for one to be
The du Pont phase of the In- today.Conner. Doyle predicted selected by his fellow citizensto

i dgation, Comptroller Dick- issued his annual out- serve in such a n important NOW J
office and be afforded
explained, requires a ape- lookstatementfor Florida crops the opportunity t
cwl approach because of the du' and of rendering a serviceto
marketing
pointing vigorous
the people and to the State.
Pont position as a "closed corporation" growth in employmentand
AsAttorney General and Chief
in which value of stock
consumer income the
as
key
a not a matter of public record. I legal Advisor for the State, I children to college if
to a continued strong domestic have tried to discharge responsibilities If you're planning to send your ,
said "I my
Dickinson
Comptroller demand for farm products."Florida .
have today made arrangements has shared in the re- with honesty, integrity you're dreaming of a better home, a long vacation'I I

: for the retention of an outside, economic growth, he of,fidelity.As and the. highest principles whatever you want in the future, a savings account will

i i-dependent, professional appraiser said, "and 1966 promises fur- account today.
a member of the Cabinet savings
I i for the examination and therexpanslon. Food help pave the way. Open your
consump- I have tried to help shape policies -
1 recommendation of intangible tion within the state will Increase and and make de-
programs
tax\aloes and assessments of the with the
I rise in population cisionsinwhat I conceived to be
du Pont interests in Florida. .
and consumer income.
the best interests of all the
-
1 Tins appraiser is one who specializes Farm exports will continue to peo THE .
I in the field of private rise, he said, pointing out that ple.re-elected
it is sincere S
my
and public stock valuations. I the State Department of Agri-
SI
pledge to continue the dischargeof
have asked that the appraiser culture has its staff
now on an
the duties of the office of Attorney -
examine all of the intangibletax official florida
I who is promoting and
assessment facts and figures '. commodities General courageously .
overseas.
I which have been collected and Labor and taxes will continueto with such integrity and honesty
that it will reflect credit
upon STATE BANKFlorida's
I
of the LEWIS
assembled by field men
I add to the farm production the office of Attorney General,
Intangible Tax Division of the
expense burden, but Conner said upon our State, and upon all the
Comptroller's Office.
Increased efficiency in productIon citizens of Florida.
"The check of the du Pont Interest will absorb some of the
intangibles is in line with load.

previously announced policy .. Oldest
calling for a re-examination of
intangibles of all major busi-
nesses in Florida. Member Federal! Deposit !Insurance Corporatiqn

"The tax valuation expert will

.
-
members when he outlines the of dollars of merchandise they
TO OPPOSE "
DICKINSON formal protest of the state officials purchase.
FEDERAL REGULATIONOf to the proposal. Comptroller Dickinson urged
interested citizens to contact
Dickinson said "there can be
STATE TAXES no justification for the federal their Congressmen and the U. S.

State Comptroller Fred O. government-taking over the Senators to express oppositionto

Dickinson, Jr. said today he state's taxing authority, then the bill.
I II II will voice his strong oppositionIn charging ussizable administrative Dickinsonhasinvited Straighn,
Director of the State Revenue
Washington this month to a fees tot doing this unwanted
federal law to regulatestate task, agtcCtnthergiving each Commission, to accompany him
proposed
to Washington for the hearing,
taxes.Dickinson. and ever/ (tlte the possibility
*: 11114! previously took the of a tax system upheaval which but he is not expected to testi-

lead during a it ate Cabinet would bring fiscal chaos. fy.
meeting in telling his opposition "With or without the approvalof
to the bill Introduced in the the Florida Legislature or the
U. S. House of Representatives i voters/ adoption of the federal
whlchwould give the U. S. Internal model law would eliminate all

Revenue Service what the existing exemptions of the Flo- Causes of Fires
Comptroller described as rida sales tax law except for

"strong, cumbersome, ineffi- those on groceries and medi- NEW YORK-One out of five
M
;1r py cient and costly controls over cine. fires in the United States is
Florida's state sales and use tax "The exemption removal caused by matches and smoking
and the state's capital would mean more tax on gasoline -
.tI system, the Insurance Information In
and other fuel oil, a sales
stock tax structure. reported tax on school books and school stitute .reports. Another 20 per

Compf'ollerDickinson he had asked for and had received lunches, sales tax on religious, cent are caused by the misuse of
Congressional approval charitable and educational i- electricity and by faulty electrical

Lt to appear as a protesting witnessat terns, a new tax on hospital equipment.
a public hearing of a special meals and rooms! I
house judiciary sub-committee. "More sales tax would be add- i

The hearing is set for January ed to car sales, and political ,
26. Dickinson will represent subdivisions would have to start

the Governor and other Cabinet paying sales tax on the millions i o .
+ p'I

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